Please note this is not an extensive list only a guide.
Caution must be taken as some forms of isokinetic testing / exercising are harder than others. Hence a form of test / exercise that may be appropriate for one individual may not be appropriate to another. Prudent jusdgment should be used.
Non united fractures to limb
Cardiac insufficiency (unless monitored)
Severe peripheral vascular disease
Recent (< 3 months prev) X-ray/chemo therapy
Long term steroid use (> 3 months)
Acute (< 7 days) muscle/ligament tear (>grade I)
Any neurological condition (e.g. stroke, Parkinson's disease) unless closely monitored
Skin problems under load cell
Malignancy (in area to be tested)
Limited range of motion (severe)
Soft tissue healing
Recent surgery (discretion must be used)